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By Allegra • December 29, 2020

Infrastructure Networks Names Brian Keefover Vice President & General Manager – Permian Basin

Remote communications industry veteran brings deep skills and experience to Permian operations

HOUSTON, TX (December 29, 2020) — Infrastructure Networks, Inc. (“iNet”), a leading remote communications provider to industry and government in the Continental U.S., announced today that Brian Keefover is being promoted to the new position of vice president and general manager – Permian Basin.  To be based in Midland, Texas, Keefover will have profit-and-loss responsibility across sales, operations and engineering for iNet’s extensive operations in the Permian Basin in West Texas and Southeast New Mexico that enable companies to achieve the full range of benefits from a digital transformation of their field operations.

“I am delighted that Brian is taking this new and important role,” said Mark B. Slaughter, iNet’s chief executive officer.  “His extensive background in the remote communications industry makes him uniquely suited to lead our largest basin of operations.”

“I am excited to be moving to Midland to lead our business in the Permian”, said Keefover, adding “I look forward to working with our talented employees there who work tirelessly to serve our customers with distinction.”

Most recently, Keefover was vice president, Operations with iNet at its Houston headquarters.  He has held other significant management and executive roles in the remote communications industry, including with RigNet, Global Eagle Entertainment, CapRock Communications (now part of SpeedCast) and Redline Communications.

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